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I went with hip length and long sleeves. I am going to try the yoke version soon. My fabric is wonderful and a good weight and recovery for this pattern. It is a cotton spandex from Girl Charlee, Peacock Blue to be specific. Another good point of this fabric, the price point, $6.50 a yard, love it! This is the same fabric I used for the front of my Blouse Back T
This is a great pattern and I cannot wait to make it in a sweater knit, which I need to find first! I am going to go down a size, I really feel this needs to more fitted in the middle and at the hips.. I am going to do one of Debbie's FBA cheater adjustment. and see if that helps the pesky wrinkle just above the bust. I have been looking at other completed Jenna Cardigans and the ones with a snugger fit do not have the side wrinkles like the picture below. I have a question, with a more fitted garment does anyone else have trouble cutting the smaller size initially? I always balk at doing the smaller size the first time out. Definitely is easier to make it smaller I guess.